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AMERICAN LEGION STADIUM

Former Home of the
Odessa Dodgers


(Los Angeles Dodgers
Class D
Sophomore League)
Between the war and 1955, the Minor Leagues were at their peak... hundreds of teams playing in nearly 100 Minor League systems. By the advent of TV however (when most people were able to find their entertainment at home and not at the ballpark), these leagues fell fast and within 5 years, those 100 leagues dropped to just a handful across the country. One of the last to go was Texas' Sophomore League and American Legion Stadium (which replaced Oiler Park) was used by the Los Angeles Dodgers for Minor League baseball for a few seasons before the league came to an end in 1960.
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Washington Nationals
South Atlantic League
New Last Week:

FORBES FIELD
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Former Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates